Location:Saint-Brieuc Bay, France
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- An innovative photojournalism festival helps finance original work while also giving the projects a platform for exposure. Read about what makes the works in this latest edition so special.
- Enter the far-flung (yet familiar) world of schoolchildren on the Eastern Cape and discover a richly portrayed environment, ripe for interpretation and even open-ended fantasy.
- Joy and sadness, work and play, beauty and crisis—a series that conveys the contradictions of this small country that “finds itself continually somewhere in between.”
- While the world’s attention drifted away, some of the Nigerian girls who were infamously kidnapped by Boko Haram did manage to escape their awful captivity. But finding their way back into normalcy hasn’t been easy—come hear some of their stories.
- We often talk about our impact “on” the environment but it’s really our impact “in” the environment—this look at the avian denizens of the Shetlands Islands offers a glimpse into our planet’s future.
- Like a Dutch Sally Mann, this up and coming photographer portrays children in an engaging yet honest light; her images are filled with unadorned beauty.
- A photojournalism-centric festival in France that exhibits great work from around the world while continuing to explore new business models for a struggling field.
- A photojournalism festival in France is highlighting great work while trying to figure out a new business model for a struggling field.
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